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The numbers 9 and 54.

Q: What two numbers have a GCF of 9 and LCM of 54?

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LCM/GCF = 54/9 = 6 So you require two factors of 6 such that their maximum is the smallest. Therefore, rather than 1 and 6, you select 2 and 3. The two numbers are GCF*2 and GCF*3, that is 18 and 27.

54108, because 54108*1=54108. Usually (in fact always) LCM is between two or more numbers. So this question shouldn't even be answerable. Next time remember... TWO OR MORE NUMBERS FOR LCM!

Every time I've seen a similar question, one of the numbers is a multiple of the other and the two numbers satisfy the requirements. 9 and 54 have a GCF of 9 and an LCM of 54. Another way to solve it: The product of the GCF and LCM of two numbers is equal to the product of the two numbers. 9 x 54 = 486. Now you're looking for another factor pair of 486 that satisfy those requirements. 18 and 27 do that.

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